On May 19th, fourth graders -- dressed as famous people from all walks of life -- presented a "Living Museum" for their families. The museum was the culmination of what has become an annual project known as "Character Connections" that incorporates research and creativity across the curriculum. To see a video explaining that project, click here. To see photos from the "museum", click here.New this year, the 4th graders then took a trip the day after their presentation to a real museum, namely, the Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center located on the campus of Montclair State University. Students rotated to four different stations (one taught by Principal Mrs. Healy, and one taught by retired 4th grade teacher Mrs. Barr) to learn not only about Yogi and baseball, but more importantly, about the importance of living a life of integrity. To see photos of the trip, click here.